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8.
eh
An interjection or prompt spoken by Canadians.

I am a Toronto born and raised Canadian. This is how eh is often used here:

Typically used to replace terms such as:

"Did you know?"
Ex:
Guy 1): "McDonalds replaced the double cheese burger with the McDouble on the value menu eh?"

Guy 2): "Really? Damn... those McBastards"

Often used to replace the word 'right?'
Ex:
Guy 1) "You're going to school tomorrow, eh?"
Guy 2) "Yeah, I try not to miss class"

Also replaces 'right' in the following sentence:
ImATwin ): Taylor Lautner is so hot!
sLaShK ) : I know, eh!

"You know what I mean?"
Ex:
Guy 1): "Im going to walmart to buy toilet paper"

Guy 2): "Get the thick stuff eh? Don't be cheap"

Guy 1): "Yes of course, no one likes that thin equate stuff"

"What do you think"
Ex:
Girl 1): I bought a new pair of TOMS. Cool eh?

Guy2): Yeah, they're pretty cool. I might buy a pair as well.

"Don't you think?"
Often used to ask for a response of agreement or disagreement, similar in meaning to "don't you think?"

Ex:
Guy1): Look at those dark clouds. It looks like there might be a storm coming eh?

Guy2): Yeah definitely, I'm gonna bring an umbrella

"What was that?" or "what?"
Ex:
Guy1): *inaudibley speaking, then guy 2 catches the end of the sentence "And thats why your so dumb"
Guy2): Eh!??
Often used when someone isn't paying attention, or to assure they're listening to you.

Scenario: Two guys watching the Leafs!

Guy 1): I'm gonna order pizza pizza

Guy 2): ..... *no response

Guy 1): I'm ordering pizza EH

Guy 2): Wha? Yeah ok... shhh the game is on
by Kurt the greatest February 22, 2010
 
57.
eh
'eh' can be used as a sound on the end of other words. It changes the sound a word makes. 'Eh' added to the end of a word sounds exactly the same as it does on it's own, but it replaces the endings of the word you add it to. Used a lot on MySpace comments, rp sites personals etc etc, mostly by the 'cool' people (=sad) Some gaybars add an eh on the end of each word in a sentence, hardly makes sense but it's 'smexeh'

See below examples..
1) ish wantcha babehs
2) Aw ya kuteh
3) ish dun relleh care
4) never liked yeh anyway
5) She's alredeh minee
6) ima kik yur booteh
by Alexx_ August 13, 2006
 
58.
eh
A code name for smoking weed!!
Yo you wanna eh tonite?
Etai is such an eh-head.
You called me when i was ehing!
we ehed all day and all night
by Briankadizzle April 08, 2008
 
59.
eh
expresses lack of interest, boredom, indifference.
1: I died today...
2: Eh.
by Nichirin June 30, 2004
 
60.
Eh?
I word used by the best country in the world Canada used when confused or stating a fact.
"Canada Rocks Eh?"
"is that right eh?"
by Lipgut July 20, 2008
 
61.
Eh?
A word with little to no actual meaning in a sentence but mostly implied meaning. Purported to only be used in Alberta it is widely used all over Canada and in some places in the US.
1)So, here we got a...a bottle of beer, eh? And did you know that...if you wanna get some free beer, eh? you stick a...a baby mouse in your bottle eh? And And then you take it to the brewery eh? And then you say that you found it eh? You found it in one of their bottles of beer!

2) "Nice day, eh?"
"Yeah. It's nice and sunny, eh?"
"Yeah. Did you catch the hockey game last night, eh?"
"No, eh. I was watchin'a movie."
"Oh. It was a good game, eh."
"Oh I'll bet, eh..."
"Oy it was too, eh!"
"All you ever talk about is hockey, eh? Never nothin' else!"
"Well I am a Canuck, eh?"
"Oh. Right. Yeah we're both Canucks, eh?"
"Yeah we are, eh."
"Oh...Nice day, eh?"
by Phishr August 23, 2006
 
62.
eh
A word added to the end of a sentence in Australia and New Zealand. Pronounce like the letter 'A'.
Can also be used as a re-inforcing tool when speaking.
Also used to make sentences into rhetorical questions.
"I cant believe we won that game, eh?"
by BornInATransam November 23, 2005
 
63.
Eh?
Canadian term used after most sentances. Usausally used to prove a point. Normally used without knowlage of use.
Andrew: "That pie was good, eh?"
Matt: "Yea, eh?"
by Matthew Lancione January 23, 2007